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Jan Dukes De Grey


Prog Folk

4.02 | 7 ratings

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4 stars Sometimes, albums like these are the only way to discover some of the true lost progressive rock classics of the 70's. It's how I got to customise myself with bands like Nucleus, Gnidrolog, Comus, and even the Soft Machine in certain cases. Most of these compilations are merely two albums for the price of one, but the hybrid double album of Jan Dukes de Grey's two albums from the 70's has a bit more. Following the dissolution of the band, ringleader Derek Noy tried to capture lightning once more with Noy's Band. Two average psychedelic rock numbers in ''Love Potion No. 9'' and ''Eldorado'' close out the two album set, and it's the last thing I know of that any JDdG band member released until this last decade.

Still, if you can't obtain anything of Jan Dukes de Grey, this is the album you've been waiting for.

Sinusoid | 4/5 |


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